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Argentina - Rural Education Improvement (PROMER) Project : restructuring : Main report (anglais)

The development objective of the Rural Education Improvement (PROMER) Project is to support national Government policy to: improve the coverage, efficiency, and quality of the Argentine education system, and to improve the governance of the Argentine education system through strengthening of the normative, planning, information, monitoring, and evaluation capacity at the national and provincial levels. The closing date has been extended from October 31, 2011 until December 31, 2013 to allow the government sufficient time to finalize all project activities. Proceeds have been reallocated largely because of the need to support carrying out student learning assessment on an enhanced sample of rural schools and the provision of feedback to the schools and operating costs, and the need to fund additional consultants supporting the provincial and national governments to implement the Project because it is being extended.


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    Document de projet

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    Amérique latine et Caraïbes,

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  • Titre du rapport

    Main report

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    rural area;monitoring and evaluation capacity;economic and financial analysis;Primary and Secondary Education;long term interest rate;result indicator;student learning;secondary rural school;cost component;access of student;national government policy;Student Learning Assessment;teacher training activity;number of seminars;primary school completion;years of schooling;quality of instruction;cost of education;rural school survey;average promotion rate;educational statistic;cluster school;civil works;outcome indicator;education attainment;dropout rate;evaluation study;administrative procedure;loan proceeds;complementary policies;front-end fee;Basic Education;data processing;urban sample;test result;representative sample;efficiency improvement;comparative performance;education cost;system design;compulsory education;provincial jurisdiction;school attendance;accurate estimate;educational information;education goal;online access;expenditure allocation;evaluation mechanisms;flexible hour;education law;school hour;student population;national policy;Fiduciary procedure;management structure;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;school maintenance;competitive basis;legal change;educational development;Pending Approval;learning material;Labor Market;geographic isolation;community activity;enrollment rate;Education Planning;web design;didactic material;intensive training;bilateral agreement;education efficiency;



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